excepted

excepted
adjective Paul /football/biology excepted used to say that you are not including a particular person, subject, or thing in a statement about something: We want every one at the meeting, David and Steven excepted of course. | History excepted, Peter has made good progress in all subjects this term. —see also: present company excepted present 1 (5)

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  • excepted — UK [ɪkˈseptɪd] US [ɪkˈseptəd] adjective never before noun formal used for saying that you are not including a person or thing in what you are saying Treatments are given on consecutive days, weekends excepted. Thesaurus: only, except and not… …   Useful english dictionary

  • excepted — index barred, inadmissible, privileged Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • excepted — ex|cept|ed [ıkˈseptıd] adv sb/sth excepted used to say that you are not including a particular person or thing in a statement about something ▪ History excepted, Peter has made good progress in all subjects this term. →present company excepted at …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • excepted — [[t]ɪkse̱ptɪd[/t]] ADV: n ADV You use excepted after you have mentioned a person or thing to show that you do not include them in the statement you are making. [FORMAL] Jeremy excepted, the men seemed personable... You normally receive 4… …   English dictionary

  • Excepted — Except Ex*cept , v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Excepted}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Excepting}.] [L. exceptus, p. p. of excipere to take or draw out, to except; ex out + capere to take: cf. F. excepter. See {Capable}.] 1. To take or leave out (anything) from a… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • excepted — ex|cept|ed [ ık septəd ] adjective never before noun FORMAL used for saying that you are not including a person or thing in what you are saying: Treatments are given on consecutive days, weekends excepted …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • excepted — un·excepted; …   English syllables

  • excepted — UK [ɪkˈseptɪd] / US [ɪkˈseptəd] adjective [never before noun] formal used for saying that you are not including a person or thing in what you are saying Treatments are given on consecutive days, weekends excepted …   English dictionary

  • excepted estate — England, Wales An estate where a full inheritance tax account is not required. There are three types of excepted estate: • Low value estates. There are estates where the total value of the estate, (including the deceased s share of jointly owned… …   Law dictionary

  • excepted peril — UK US noun [C] ► INSURANCE a risk that is not included in an insurance policy: »As water entering from an unknown cause was not an excepted peril, the claimants succeeded in their claim …   Financial and business terms

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